Expanding Mongolia’s Export Opportunities through GSP. Office of the U.S. Trade Representative March 2007. Today’s Discussion. U.S. imports from Mongolia’s under GSP Mongolia and the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) Program
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A: from all beneficiaries; A+: from LDCs; A*: one or more countries excluded from GSP treatment.
Importer must place an “A,” “A*,” or “A+” in front of the HTSUS tariff number on the summary U.S. customs entry form, Line 27.
These products would have to, according to the HTSUS product description, contain 70% or more of silk or silk waste, so technically could be blended with up to 30% or less cashmere:
Mongolia exports these U.S. GSP-eligible products to the EU and Japan, but little or none to the U.S.:
Office of the U.S. Trade Representative Website:
GSP guidebook, lists of GSP-eligible and ineligible products, notices:
U.S. Tariff Schedule:
Department of Homeland Security: Customs & Border Protection: http://www.customs.gov/xp/cgov/import/
Potential exports to the U.S. and elsewhere: